Absolutely one of the best risottos I have made. It is a creamy risotto guaranteed to make you groan in delight when eating it. I hope you enjoy this as much as we did. The most time consuming part is all the stirring - but its good for the arms!!
I love soup - and I came across this recipe on the ninemsn website when exploring recipes under the food section. I am particularly fond of Chicken & Sweet Corn Soup but have never found a recipe that I could say - yes...more please!! This one did it for me! This recipe makes for 4 small servings - but I always tend to add more stock and water etc to make it up to 6 small servings.
Yummy...anyone who has been to Bali, Indonesia would surely have tried their banana pancakes. Anyway this is a recipe as close as I can get to them making it, however it always tastes better over there!
Hubby and I love our Italian food! The sauce in this gnocchi recipe is very tasty! If I don't have fresh oregano or sage, I use dried herbs. You can also use button or oyster mushrooms instead of the swiss brown. A very nice meal with crusty bread!
Lamb Forequarter Casserole.
This casserole is so yummy! The trick is to cook it slowly for at least two and a half hours. It can also be done in the slow cooker. The lamb just falls off the bone when it is done correctly. Warning...if it is not cooked long enough the lamb will be tough!
I always taste the sauce after an hour and a half to see if it needs anything added. I hope you enjoy this.
By the way the recipe only allows me to put the chops as shoulders but I buy them labeled forequarters.
A very tasty creamy pasta dish, good for cooking when you have company. Be careful though, you may have too much fettucine per sauce quantity so if this is the case, do not use all the fettucine as it will take away the richness of the sauce. Another alternative is to use rice as the base rather than the pasta.
A tasty savory mince casserole that will warm you through in winter. It's not a heavy meal either which is a bonus. I always check the casserole and taste the sauce about half way through cooking just in case you need to add more water, stock or whatever you fancy.
Where I have put pasta sauce in the ingredients, I mean ready made tomato based sauce like Paul Newman or Raguletto. I generally use a third of a jar.
I got this recipe from the Lifestyle Cooking Channel in Australia - and made it on a regular basis throughout winter. You can tweak a bit to suit your tastes. I add some vegetable stock to it when it needs thinning out a bit and I also add some basil and mixed herbs, but that is my personal taste. It is a rich soup, very filling and moreish.
I love my chicken and I especially love the different ways the Indonesians cook it. When I was over there last time I asked for the recipe. Bear in mind they get the spices from the market and use a mortar & pestle to crush them, but I just use store bought and crushed! - I cook the chicken in a frypan with olive oil to seal the seasoned chicken and then pop it in the oven for about 20 - 30 minutes (depending on the thickness) to cook it through. However the quicker option would be to deep fry it (if you can afford the calories!!!). Chicken done this way is great served with Nasi Goreng (Indonesian Fried Rice). I hope you enjoy.
A recipe I found in the Australian Womans Weekly. I made them up for my husband to BBQ and they were absolutely delicious. You can either roast the red capsicums (peppers) yourself or buy them pre-made.
This is a great little appetizer to make - definitely goes down a treat. Given that it depends on how many you are making I am putting down very vague measurements (in truth I dont measure, but make as I go as its easier), so please dont take any notice of the measurements. Basically what you are after is a creamy mushroom topping for the bread, not too runny and not too thick.
Yummy! I love the Indonesian recipes and this is no different! This is a great dish to have with the Ayam Goreng recipe I have posted. What you can include in the recipe which I personally don't is chicken and little prawns (cooked of course), to add to the actual rice mixture. Think I might whip up a batch tonight for hubby and I. Enjoy! Oh by the way I use Basmati Rice - its my personal preference.
Love my pasta dishes. I especially love penne al'arrabbiata for the explosion of chilli that hits your mouth on each bite! It's a great healthy alternative to a bolognese or cream sauce that so often accompanies a pasta meal suggestion. Tip: If you are worried about how hot it will be, remove the seeds from the hot chilli's and add them separately as you cook, to control the hotness. The amount of chilli you use is entirely a personal preference.